Bibliography on Mission Studies

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Bibliography on Mission Studies


Walls, Andrew F., Acton, Margaret M., International Review of Mission


The editors would be grateful if additional items for the bibliography, or suggestions to increase its usefulness, could be sent to them at the Centre for the Study of Christianity in the Non-Western World, University of Edinburgh, EH1 2LX, Scotland.

The classification system used is that employed in the Cumulative Bibliography of IRM now completed at the Centre.

The cumulative bibliography can be accessed through the Centre for the Study of Christianity in the Non-Western World's homepage on http://webdb.ucs.ed.ac.uk/ divinity/crab/The editors may be contacted by email on Margaret.Acton@ed.ac.uk

Articles in periodicals or symposia are marked +. Annotation in the bibliography does not preclude subsequent review

01.00.00 BIBLIOGRAPHY AND THE STUDY OF MISSION

01.01.00 BIBLIOGRAPHY AND REFERENCE

EBENEZAR, Immanual (comp.) Dharma Deepika: five year index 2000-2004. Chennai, India: Dharma Deepika, 2005.21 p. 1.

[dagger] JOHNSON, Todd M. Collaboration and the World Christian Database, Missiology 33 (1) 2005, 96-100.2.

[dagger] MOREAU, A. Scott, O'REAR, Mike. Improving missions websites, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (3) 2005, 378-383.3.

[dagger] MOREAU, A. Scott, O'REAR, Mike. Internet resources on contextualizing ministry among Muslims, Evangelical Missions Quarterly 41 (4) 2005, 516-520.4.

[dagger] NEPI, Loredana (comp.) A bibliography of interchurch and interconfessional theological dialogues, Centro Pro Unione 68, 2005, 20-38.5.

01.02.00 STUDY OF MISSION

01.02.01 Study of Mission in General

[dagger] PIEPKE, Joachim G. The Anthropos Institute: the task of basic research in mission, Verbum SVD 46 (2) 2005, 178-192.6.

01.02.03 Contributors to the Study of Mission

[dagger] MCLAREN, Brian. Conversations, Missiology 33 (3) 2005, 341-343. 7.

[dagger] SCHREITER, Robert. Conversations, Missiology 33 (3) 2005, 345-347. 8.

02.00.00 SURVEYS OF THE CHRISTIAN SITUATION

02.01.00 GENERAL SURVEYS

02.01.05 Works Published 2000

[dagger] BEVANS, Stephen. Issues in mission today: challenges for reflection at Edinburgh 2010, SEDOS Bulletin 37 (7/8) 2005, 110-116.9.

[dagger] HEDLUND, Roger E. The Forum on World Evangelisation at Pattaya: some reflections from South Asia, Dharma Deepika 9 (2) 2005, 121-127. 10.

[dagger] KALAPATI, Joshua. The Forum on World Evangelisation at Pattaya: some reflections from South Asia, Dharma Deepika 9 (2) 2005, 135-136.11.

LEE Kwang Soon (ed.) World Mission in the 21st century. [Seoul]: Center for World Mission, Presbyterian College and Theological Seminary, 2005. 431 p.: ill. 12.

First published in Korean in 2001. Includes: Andrew F. Walls, Rethinking mission: new direction for a new century, 69-80; Andrew F. Walls, Proselytes or converts: Gospel and culture in the New Testament, 81-89; Andrew F. Walls, Converting the past: Gospel and culture in the early Church, 92-98; James M. Phillips, American Protestants after 400 years: a Presbyterian perspective, 101-118; Moo Song Koh, Respondent, 119-127; Jung Woon Suh, National Evangelization and World mission, 129-155; Myung Hyuk Kim, Respondent, 157-162; G. Thompson Brown, Korean mission: yesterday, today and tomorrow, from an American perspective, 163-176; In Soo Kim, Respondent, 177-184; John P. Brown, Korean mission: yesterday, today and tomorrow, from an Australian perspective, 185-200; Sung Sam Kang, Respondent, 201211; John P. Brown, Witnesses to the God who hears and sees, 215-227; Jung Woon Suh, Incarnational ministry, 229-250; G. Thompson Brown, Christianity in China, 251262; Scott W. Sunquist, 21st century mission in a global context: tribulation and glory, 263287; Scott W. Sunquist, Spiritual life of the missionary: putting on the death of Jesus, 289-303; Kwang Soon Lee, A mission direction for the Presbyterian Church of Korea, 307-330; Kyo Sung Ahn, The meaning and contribution of the Presbyterian Church of Korea's mission in the scope of global mission: propositions for a PCK mission policy, 331360; Sung Min Suh, Mission partnership for the Presbyterian Church of Korea, 361-385; Hong Jung Lee, Suggestions for the Presbyterian Church of Korea's mission collaboration, 387-404; Young Ja Kim, A practical approach and strategy through field experience in India, 405-415; Sang Gil Kim, A practical approach and strategy through field experience in Kazakhstan, 418-431. …

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